Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 03, 2014
Stem Cell technology is the future; looking younger and better without plastic surgery is here now. Stem Cell Beauty’s debut product line StemLife is spearheading the current beauty renaissance. Among websites that provide stem cell beauty products, Stem Cell Beauty is in a league of its own.
“Science is always advancing, why shouldn't your beauty products?” questions Albert Faleski, Director of Operations at StemCellBeauty.com.
“Most products on the shelves are outdated, whereas we take a different approach to find a formula that works with your body, reinvigorating your own stem cells to provide actual results.”
The science behind StemLife is nothing short of groundbreaking. Its trademarked FixT Technology was achieved through reverse engineering to understand how the body maintains and heals itself with our own endogenous combinations of adult stem cells. With this knowledge they developed a means to mimic the natural stem cell processes in our body. Unlike other beauty brands, StemLife uses specific combinations of stem cell types, each cultured under specific state-dependent conditions, using cell types and states that are ideal for the particular tissue. It then creates a set of molecules from multiple stem cell types that is complete and fully formed, rendering maximum benefit and efficiency. This approach of stem cell skin care is extremely unique.
Other leading stem cell-based beauty companies use simpler technology where one stem cell type is chosen to make their molecules. This one-size fits all approach is not efficient and lacks the complexity of StemLife’s FixT technology. Some companies “mash” the cells without allowing their molecules to fully process, which again leads to underachieving results. Many of the largest companies have made no attempt to use new science to formulate better products, providing their customers with over-priced serums proven to be archaic.
StemLife’s cutting edge formula is shaping the future of hair regrowth as well, providing an ultramodern solution to those looking to slow the hands of time. Their most popular product, The Advanced Hair Treatment for Women, is essentially the hidden gem the world has been waiting for.
“Its popularity stems back to the fact that it actually works.” Faleski explained.
“We’re not big on gimmicks. We prefer showing our customer actual people who have had actual results with our products. After seeing life-changing hair growth with their own eyes, we are confident new customers will try it and have amazing results of their own. The Advanced Hair Treatment for Women is an incredible product that sells itself”.
StemLife’s most interesting product to date is the Natural Lash & Brow – Lash Extend. This product boasts ingredients that are formulated to generate eyelash growth. In a market where eyelash extensions have been the go-to fix for longer lashes, being able to naturally grow them is a revolutionary concept.
Their complete list of products includes an Anti-Aging Skin Serum, Anti-Aging Eye Serum, Gentle Facial Cleanser, Anti-Aging Moisturizer, Anti-Aging Intensive Booster, Correction Cream and Intensive Moisturizer alongside the Advanced Hair Treatment and the Lash Extend. The before-and-after pictures on the website show unbelievable results in as quickly as two weeks, ranging from wrinkle reduction to skin smoothness and eyelash growth. With all nine of their present products boasting FixT Technology, the horizon looks bright for the Stem Cell Beauty online shop.
Stem Cell Beauty is also quickly establishing an impressive social media presence. Their blog, The Blog of Stem Cell Beauty, is making a splash having most recently interviewed Allure Magazine’s first runner up for Beauty Blogger of The Year, Mallory Cornelison.
“With nearly 2,000,000 video views, it was an honor to get a great interview with the upcoming YouTube star” Faleski added.
“Our goals are lofty for our blog as well, not just our product line and online shop.”
With such an innovative product at its helm, it’s safe to say Stem Cell Beauty isn’t looking to follow beauty trends; it’s looking to create them.